Emissary.ai, a prominent platform for text recruiting, has recently announced a new technological partnership with UKG, a leading provider of HR, payroll, and workforce management solutions that cater to everyone. The integration provides increased efficiency for customers and improves the candidate experience by reducing friction in the hiring process.
Emissary, based in New York, is a platform designed for text recruiting. It simplifies candidate engagement, recruiting automation, and employee communications. Emissary's AI recruiting software equips HR departments and teams with efficient text recruiting tools that work seamlessly across their recruiting and HR systems.
The integration will enable UKG customers who use the UKG Pro suite to communicate easily with candidates via text messaging. This integration offers features such as one-to-one messaging, campaigns, chatbots, and short codes powered by API data accessed directly through UKG.
“Our integration with UKG amplifies the power of texting for mutual customers and creates powerful new opportunities for automation that improve the experience for candidates and recruiters alike,” – comments the vice president of Emissary, Brendan Cruickshank. “Integration with leading HCM platforms like UKG help streamline communications and improve the recruiting workflow. Ninety-five percent of text messages are read within the first five minutes and that is a statistic that can’t be ignored.”
UKG's solutions are created on a modern technology platform called FleX, which is specifically designed to support excellent workplaces. UKG's solutions are anchored in the flow of work using FleX Flow, which is a highly adaptable API framework that helps businesses integrate existing IT with emerging or innovative applications, making the employee IT experience more straightforward and more accessible where they need it most.
“As the labor shortage continues, our customers are looking for solutions that help them attract talent and elevate the recruiting process,” - outlines the vice president of technology partnerships at UKG, Mike May. “Our goal is to continue to work with technology partners that make work easier for our customers and help them create a great place to work.”